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“Herbaceous elements are present and include Plantago linearis, Bouteloua hirsuta, and Commelina coelestis.”
“Ecology: A common Commelina in tropical Africa and in Kenya.”
“Commelina as it is said to cause a disease known as kithunda ndutu and knee-joint problems after prolonged use (Kamba).”
“Commelina spp., for example, are strategically available at the beginning of the rainy season before other species can be harvested.”
“It occurs in the branches of some species of Commelina.”
“Tradescantia and Commelina become much less common towards the Kala Panee, as well as the Impatiens of Churra, but their place is supplied by others.”
“Modecca, Sonerila about two-thirds up to Mahadeb, and Commelina, C. bengalensis, and Anatherum muricatum continue to Mahadeb, as also”
“Commelina bengalensis? continues throughout here and there, and may be found even about Moflong.”
“Commelina coelestis, Grove Love, Pimpernel (blue.) _Varying Colors.”
“Circea, Commelina, Aster, Solidago, Eupatorium, Helianthus and Silphium, together with a variety of other tribes and species now to me.”
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